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Chemical engineering research matters (Day 245)

As an academic, I know that chemical engineering matters in the research space. And IChemE recognises the importance of forums and meetings where chemical engineering researchers can share their work with their peers. 404 more words

Geoff Maitland

From ICL: "Scientists use "pen and ink" to control how materials interact with light"


Imperial College London

19 January 2015
Sam Wong

Threatened with extinction by biros and computers, the nib pen could be set to make an unexpected comeback in the field of… 735 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From ICL: "'Titin' gene mutations will help identify patients at risk of heart failure"


Imperial College London

14 January 2015
Sam Wong

A new study has identified genetic mutations that cause the heart condition dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM), paving the way for more accurate diagnosis. 610 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From ICL: "Gravity may have saved the universe after the Big Bang, say researchers"


Imperial College London

18 November 2014
Laura Gallagher


New research by a team of European physicists could explain why the universe did not collapse immediately after the… 521 more words

Basic Research

From ICL: "Simple model explains complex problems in an ageing heart"


Imperial College London

26 December 2014
Laura Gallagher

Scientists at Imperial College London have developed a model that helps explain why we are more likely to develop an abnormal heartbeat with age. 620 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From ICL: "Cholesterol in food causes inflammation in gut lining"


Imperial College London

23 December 2014
Sam Wong

Scientists have discovered a possible way in which high fat diets might lead to inflammation in the gut. 478 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From ICL: "New study shows how some E. coli bacteria hijack key proteins to survive longer"


Imperial College London

19 December 2014
Laura Gallagher

A new study shows how two strains of the intestinal bug E. coli manage to hijack host proteins used to control the body’s immune system. 471 more words

Applied Research & Technology